Colorado Rural Living & NPR Article
From: Fred H Olson (fholsoncohousing.org)
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2018 10:38:45 -0700 (PDT)
Rosemary <rosemary [at] paonia.com>
is the author of the message below.  It was posted by
Fred, the Cohousing-L list manager <fholson [at] cohousing.org>
See also:
Bilchak parcel aerial overlay.pdf] (2.7MB) temp2.pdf
Price Change Brochure.pdf] (29MB)          temp.pdf
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Just to let you know:  Huge price reduction on 20+ acre estate with
development rights and guaranteed city water taps.  The organic farm and
historic property at 410 Duke Hill in Hotchkiss, CO is now available for
$799,900.

This parcel is poised for development.  Located within the Hotchkiss city
limits, the minimum lot size is 6,250 sq. ft. and city water taps are
available.   A southern sloping hillside presents a perfect site for a solar
array.

The turn-key farm was maintained under national organic protocols, has
excellent water rights (9 shares of the Duke Ditch) which runs from April 15
through October, and includes a 2-story barn, John Deere 2550 65-HP tractor,
all tractor implements, solar electric fencing as well as perimeter fencing
on hay fields, 10-HP Mainline rototiller, and various tools.

The luxurious 3BR/3BA 2,500 sq. ft. 1896 Victorian was built for one of the
founders of the town, updated/restored in the mid-1990’s, and includes
period furniture.

Video with drone flyover at www.410dukehill.com

Phone/text:  970-901-8018

Please see the attached brochure for more details.

FSBO – Brokers protected

I welcome your questions or your feedback.

Rosemary Bilchak


P.S.

 All development is subject to approval by the town trustees

      The city follows IBC regulations:  Hotchkiss subdivision
regulations can be found at http://www.townofhotchkiss.com/public-works.

      Eligible for Section 42 tax credits


P.P.S.

In case you haven't seen this NPR article on Hotchkiss.  These
correspondents stayed at our house and some of the pictures were taken from
there.

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/10/19/657496648/a-rural-colo
rado-coal-county-was-struggling-then-a-tech-company-brought-new-jobs


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